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like anybody else's. >> with all of the record sales, all of the number one hits, the cma nominations, has come fame. and you call that, quote, a learning experience. what do you mean by that? >> you know, i haven't been famous all that long. it's something i'm still learning how to deal with. and you know, something that i, you know, learn from every day. >> and your family, too, i imagine. you recently had an incident where you did publicly apologize. it was a raucous night and stuff happened. >> it's an unfortunate thing. but i've kind of said, you know, what i had to say to everybody about it. and i really don't think there's anything really left to say about it. >> it's hard, though, when you're living in the public spotlight. you signed up for it. maybe your loved ones didn't. >> absolutely. and i think that's the thing. unfortunately, they are kind of along for the ride, too. you know, it's something we all kind of are learning to deal with. >> we're going to hear you sing after the break, "take a little ride." that almost didn't make it on to this album, i hear? >> it was almo
bigger in the future. you 00 nighted arab shipping have moved in. and cma is moving in. so we've moved our downtown business progressively into the new port and the's going really well. >>> recovering british economies paid out a record 23 billion pounds in dividends for the third quarter. james, they're sitting on a record amount of cash, as well. how do you play that? >> in an environment where everybody is never us about the direction of equities, yields are attractive. value is relatively cheap so people have an entry opportunity. i think one needs to be careful about what high dividend is telling one. there are some companies that are relatively stressed, other companies reasonably high dividends, bags of growth particular pli when the yield is in the like as example vodaphone. this is an important part of the capital discipline. with a we don't want companies spending enormous amounts in growing that capacity, which is a real risk in mosts seek kells. we're not seeing that this time around. >> amazon reportedly upping a bid as it seeks to ramp up its fashion offers and at the sam
cma stayed open for business. connell: sandra smith is there. that is today's trade today. sandra: hi. i want to give you this particular view of the trading floor. typically you would see a very busy s&p 500 futures trading pit. midmorning today, the cme did make an announcement the equity futures would be closed all day. if you turn around, you will see the euro dollar futures pit. it will be open for another eight minutes. we also have mike williams. mike, the overall impact that you have seen on market. >> right now, it is pretty quiet. i think it will be an event where it may cause problems for 24 hours. sandra: one area we are watching is energy prices. two thirds have been shut down. we are watching oil and gas prices. what does that mean for those markets? >> i think you may get a one or two-day pop. sandra: we have to leave it there. if they postpone that jobs report friday, what does that mean? >> you take advantage of any weakness. that is mike williams. traders are on the floor. somewhat quite, gold, oil and energy futures. they continue to trade today. no announnement mad
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